Stakeholders decide to avoid bitterness and resentment in Gombe – The Sun Nigeria


From Abdulrazaq Mungadi, Gombe

The ruling All-Progressive Congress (APC) in the central senatorial district of Gombe announced the resolve of party stakeholders to avoid bitterness and resentment for the betterment of the party.

This comes against a backdrop of growing tension over the opposition within the party. However, the party revealed that stakeholders believed to have formed a faction within the party unanimously decided to operate as one united family under the leadership of the state governor, Muhammad Inuwa Yahaya.

This was contained in a statement released at a Gombe Central Senate District Party stakeholder meeting held in the Yamaltu-Deba Local Government Area (LGA) of the state on Sunday.

Stakeholders praised the state governor, as they described it as “a phenomenal performance during the first phase of his 4-year term.” They said that “its unprecedented, diverse and equitable distribution of completed and ongoing development programs and projects not only in the area but throughout the state, has placed Gombe State on the development trajectory. sustainable ”.

The groups also announced that stakeholders had unanimously adopted a “vote of confidence in the governor and declared our unwavering support, solidarity, unwavering loyalty and steadfast position with his policies, laudable programs and leadership. Politics “.

Stakeholders further commended the Governor, “for the successful conduct of an inclusive, smooth, credible, free and fair parish congress, devoid of resentment and acrimony in accordance with the provisions of the constitution and guidelines of our great left”.

They added, saying: “We salute the governor’s political sagacity and magnanimity as well as his avowed commitment to the growth and consolidation of the achievements of our great party in the state and the country in general.

We also wish to congratulate and appreciate the governor for the various appointments given to our sons and daughters to key positions in the area, ”the stakeholders said.


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